Apple released firmware 2:25 on Thursday, which allows Pebble Time owners to update their device’s firmware without the need to restart the computer.
The update will be delivered via an APK download, and owners of the Pebble Core firmware can also get it by downloading the Pebble Classic update from the Play Store.
The Pebble Time 2 has the same hardware specs as the Pebble Steel, including a 5.5-inch 1080p display, but it lacks the new AMOLED panel found on the Pebble, the company said.
The Core firmware also supports Bluetooth 4.0, NFC, and Bluetooth LE.
The most recent update comes on the heels of the company’s announcement of a new Pebble Steel 2.0 update, which added support for a larger display, NFC and GPS chips, and updated its battery life.
Pebble’s firmware update comes at a time when Apple is facing backlash from many users over its continued use of the watch’s proprietary wireless charging technology.
A report published on Tuesday revealed that Apple has been using its proprietary charging technology to charge iPhones and iPads for months, with the company only beginning to acknowledge the issue last month.
In addition to the update, Pebble has also confirmed that it will begin shipping a new watch with Bluetooth 4 support.